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Motorcycles are a wonderful way to experience the road. However, riders also have a higher injury rate compared to occupants of passenger cars. While passenger vehicles have many safety systems, including airbags, seat belts, crumple zones, sensors and other systems to prevent injuries, motorcycles have none of these. If you are in a motorcycle crash, you are likely to be thrown from the vehicle onto the pavement or into oncoming traffic, which can make injuries severe.
What Is a Motorcycle Accident?
Motorcycle collisions are traffic accidents involving motorcycles and cars, trucks or other users of the road. Since motorcycles have only two wheels and are smaller vehicles, single-vehicle accidents are also common with motorcycles. Driving over debris or potholes can be enough to cause a slide or a fall from a motorbike.
Motorcycle accidents can be caused by many factors, including road and weather conditions, rider inexperience and other drivers. Sometimes, truck and car drivers do not see smaller vehicles such as motorcycles, which can lead to collisions.
Common injuries in motorcycle crashes include crushing injuries, burns, head trauma, broken bones, amputations and other serious or life-altering injuries. One risk factor with motorcycle crashes involves head injuries — a rider can be thrown with enough force to dislodge a helmet. Making impact with cement roadways in a collision can lead to road burn, soft tissue injuries, spinal cord injuries, fractured bones and head injuries.
What Can a West Shore Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Do?
While insurance on your motorcycle is required by Pennsylvania law, your policy may not cover all of your costs. In addition, there is no guarantee the insurance company will pay you the full amount you may be entitled to. Working with a motorcycle accident attorney in Harrisburg’s West Shore can ensure there is someone looking out for your interests.
An attorney can review your policy and serve as the point of contact with your insurance company. He or she can contact insurers for you, submit claims, apprise you of your rights and legal options and represent you in any claim you decide to file. Your attorney works for you so you can recover the fairest compensation possible.
When Should I Contact a West Shore Motorcycle Accident Attorney?
If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident anywhere in Harrisburg or surrounding areas, you will want to contact an attorney quickly. In fact, you may want to contact an attorney immediately after you have received emergency medical attention, if you need it. The sooner you call, the faster an attorney can start looking out for your ability to get full compensation.
If you need a legal team with more than 30 years of local Central PA experience, schedule a free consultation online with KBG Injury Law. You can even call us at 800-509-1011 from your hospital room. Our phones are staffed 24/7 so you can reach us at any time.
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